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Domestic Abuse in Sutton
Sutton Family Information Service Satisfaction Survey 2017
Your views of childcare
Childcare Sufficiency Assessment
Royston Park Play Equipment
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Forthcoming Consultations
Elm Grove Housing Needs Survey
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Closed Consultations
Draft Strategy on the Provision for Pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN) in Sutton
National Funding Formula Consultation 2018/19
Sutton Information, Advice and Support Service - Summer 2017
Flooding Survey
Business Rates Relief
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We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

Residents and businesses to comment on a range of proposals that were being developed for the Beddington North Transport for London (TfL) Major Scheme for Beddington Lane and Hilliers Lane.

The consultation was open from 26 June to 6 July 2017 and 76 responses were received.

You Said

There was strong support in principle for the proposals, especially on the issues relating to the weight limit of Heavy Goods Vehicles, (HGVs), the pedestrian and cycle link and improvements to the public areas in Beddington Village.

We Did

Comments from the consultation were analysed and designs were revised accordingly. The proposals for the scheme were submitted to Transport for London on 25 September. Subject to a satisfactory outcome and release of funding by TfL, the scheme will be implemented in 2017-2019.

 

Feedback has been provided under the following headings and the report can also be viewed below under the ‘Detailed Comments’ link.

 

  • Overview                                   

  • Cycle / Footway                         

  • Beddington Village

  • Traffic Management

  • HGV Weight Limit 

  • ASDA junction 

  • Buses and wider links

  • Air Quality and other concerns

 

The final proposal will be available to view whilst the works are taking place and all interested parties  will be kept informed through updates on the council’s website www.sutton.gov.uk

We Asked

In December 2016 the Council carried out a Consultation on a proposal to introduce a signalised crossing at the Angel Hill junction and making the crossing Shared-Use so that cyclists could also use it (and the footways around the crossing).

You Said

There were 17 responses in total to the consultation.

12 people (60%) agreed and the majority of the 12 people strongly agreed with the proposal to introduce a “staggered” Pedestrian Crossing at the Angel Hill junction location.

There was an approximately 50/50 split in terms of those in favour and those against making the crossing Shared-Use.

We Did

The Council in conjunction with Ward Members has made the decision to progress the scheme to implement a Pedestrian Crossing at this location, but has decided to not progress the Shared Use option at this stage. Where the Crossing design, would not have significantly changed between the proposals, it allows this concept to be re-considered in the future should residents views change.

We Asked

Carers to feed back on what our commissioning priorities should be for 2015 - 2017, and what they thought about our suggested approach to meet the requirements of the Care Act.

You Said

Carers told us that we should continue to offer a mix of support in the community, and support via personal budgets. Carers wanted to be more involved in commissioning activity, and for commissioning activity to focus on ways to promote the early identification of carers.

We Did

We developed the Joint Carers Commissioning Strategy based on feedback from carers, local partners and key stakeholders across SCCG and LBS. The Strategy is being implemented over the course of 2015 - 17.